The Seattle Prep Panther

Cool as Ice

Senior Cole Dubicki will pursue his dreams on the ice next year as a member
of the Kenai River Brown Bears.

Tessa Zink, Managing Editor

May 26, 2020

“I want to play until someone tells me I can’t anymore,” says Cole Dubicki, a senior at Seattle Prep. Inspired by his father who grew up playing hockey in Toronto, Dubicki began playing the sport at age four. Soon after he “fell in love with the game” and is now turning his passion into a career....

Senior Captains’ Last Spring Sport Seasons

Margot Gwynn and Jack Coleman

March 21, 2020

After three years of playing spring sports, seniors give their all for one last season of a high school spring sport. Some seniors will simply play one more final season, but other seniors will help lead themselves and their team as captains. “High school has gone by so fast. I have learned...

Skiing Across North America: A Prep-Inspired Mountain Guide

Piper Wood, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

anyone can “add [their] own style to it” or just “full send

Prep Girls’ Bowling Rolls into 2020 Season

Kate Ridgeway, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

The gutter bumpers come down as the bowling team takes to the lane. These bowlers don’t stand for any of the accommodations an amateur bowler might. The girls’ bowling team, coached by Mike Massoth, is entering their fourth season at Prep. This year, the team is headed by captain Helen Simmons...

Mooney Czechs In

Olivia Manning, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

“It was an amazing opportunity. I got to meet so many people and make so many new friends that I’m still in touch with today.”

O’Meara Finds Inspiration in International Sport

Chloe O'Meara and her younger brother, Kieran, posing with a Serevi Rugby player.

Piper Wood, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

Chloe O’Meara, 21’, plays a sport that not many people have encountered before.  Born in Newbury, England, then moved when she was 4, O’Meara has lots of English background maintained in her life.  From her dad living there his whole life, to her grandad being related to the Queen, she has lots...

Rowing into the World

Beni Jurion, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

Liam Bell 22' says, "It is a great challenge but through great effort, I am able to strive both on and off the water."

Superstar Soccer Squad

The Varsity Girls' Soccer team poses at a team bonding activity at the beginning of the season.

Milo Pepper, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

The girls soccer program at Prep has been known for their dominance over not only the Metro League but the state as well. But this year, the team is quite simply, built differently. “Underclassman are playing a much larger role than in previous years,'' remarked Jocelyn Stephens 20’. “We are a muc...

Prep Faces Off #1 Team in the Nation

Kaitlyn King, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Seattle Prep’s Girls Varsity Soccer Team made their way down to Portland, Oregon on Friday, September 13th to face Jesuit High. Jesuit High School has won 13 State Championship since the year 1995.  Three of these championships have been won in the last four years.  This match-up requires a lot...

Ben is Back

The Seattle Prep Girls' Cross Country Team. Longtime Boys' Cross Country Coach Ben Sauvage returned to Prep this year to coach the Girls' team.

Natalie Nowak, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

When school starts, many people think of being “out with the old and in with the new”, but this year the Seattle Prep Girls' Cross Country team is thinking more along the lines of bringing back the past. That’s right, former cross-country coach Ben Sauvage is back and better than ever! In middle...

Alex Baker: Sisterhood of Softball

Alex Baker batting at a Seattle Prep Softball game. Baker is a two season athlete with a great batting average.

Cece Brown, Staff Writer

June 3, 2019

“Alex is my favorite sister, Alex is the founder of the sisterhood of softball,” Fiona Killalea ’20.

Spring Sports Send it to State

Myles Nowak, Sports Editor

May 20, 2019

This year’s spring sports season has been one of highs and lows, yet Prep athletics continue to prosper through the ideals of strength, unity, and dedication. These teams, despite a variety of records, continue to bring forth the energy that make Prep athletics so special. This year’s boys lacrosse...

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